Erosion & Drainage Control

Natural stone steps and retaining wall for landscaping on a hill, with planter and garden border framing home entrance. Beautiful hardscape, colorful landscape design.

5 Reasons Why Landscaping on a Hill is a Landscaper’s Paradise

Landscaping on a hill can be difficult because of the physical effort it can take and because of water erosion. The problem landscapers face is that every time it rains the roots on your shrubs and plants become just a little more exposed.  Then eventually they lose their rooting altogether and the plants die and get washed …

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Steep hilly yard with retaining walls, stone steps, and patio at Lake of the Ozarks

Landscaping Near Me: Why Lake of the Ozarks Landscaping is Difficult

Most homeowners desire an attractive, well-designed yard and outdoor living space. However, Lake of the Ozarks landscaping usually comes with some challenges that will need to be overcome. Our long sloping hills, excavating in rocky soil, the need to reclaim unusable space, and serious erosion problems are common in the Ozarks. These represent a few …

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Plants growing in a retaining wall

Why Is Erosion & Sediment Control Important? What You Need to Know

Erosion is a serious issue here at Lake of the Ozarks. When it comes to protecting your property, are you giving erosion the attention it deserves?  We’ve all seen erosion where major excavations are underway. Or after one of our hard storms batters the shoreline we can see how the runoff wears away the hills. …

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Dry creek bed and landscaping to address water drainage issues

A Homeowner’s Guide to Manageable Yard Erosion and Water Drainage

Every year, Osage Beach gets an average of about 40 inches of rainfall, which is a few inches more than the national average! All of this rain combined with the hilly, rocky soil of Lake of the Ozarks can cause yard erosion problems! Fortunately, there are both landscaping and hardscaping water drainage solutions that will …

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